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      New York: Neale Publishing, 1911. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: The Neale Company. 1911. First edition. 362 pages. Author was in J.E.B. Stuart's Horse Artillery in Northern Virginia. Original green cloth with titles in gilt. Interior bright and clean in tight binding. Sunning to spine and edges. Very good tight copy. "If I had not seen it coming and jumped out of its path it would have struck me square in front just below the breast which would have undoubtedly labeled me for transportation to the silent city" [p207].

      [Bookseller: Aardvark Books / Ezra The Bookfinder, AB]
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        [Photographs]: World War I African-American Sailor from Philadelphia

      [Mostly 1911-1918]. A collection of 108 photographs, mostly taken by Walter Timothy, Jr., an African-American sailor from Philadelphia. 96 of the images are on shipboard or related, while 12 are (mostly older) images of the Timothy family, also two post cards, commercially printed (but which help provide the identification of Timothy).. Various sizes, most are around 3.5" x 3.5", a fair number are real photo postcards. Some overall fading, a few with small ink splashes or creases, most are near very good, with a few better or worse. A majority are briefly but clearly captioned on the verso, a few on the margins or edges of the images.Service records indicate that Walter Timothy, Jr. enlisted in the Navy in 1911 and served throughout the duration of World War I on convoy ships and escorts. He also later served in WWII. The vast majority of the Naval images represented here (and likely all of them) were taken during the War, and depict a number of topics that would indicate that fact, including a destroyer standing by a disabled hydroplane floating nose down in the ocean, pictures of depth charge explosions trying to sink subs, several of dirigibles and "captive" observation balloons tethered over the ship, several of troop convoys in formation, divers going down in harbors looking for mines, survivors from a French fishing boat sunk by a U-boat. Also included are a few images of ship pets including cats (one walking along the barrel of the aft-gun), a dog, a goat mascot, airing bedding on deck, an image of a collision at sea between two U.S. ships, one odd image of what looks like a German soldier attempting to bayonet a French fisherman (certainly staged, as the next image shows them laughing together), a barber giving a haircut on the deck, many images of big guns and mines on deck in racks, a few in the engine room of ships both American and British.Many are of Timothy's shipmates, almost all of them white (including one curious fellow, "Monkey Baldwin" who in a couple of images was kept on a leash and acted like a chimpanzee), another of all-bald shipmates. Only one image shows a group of black shipmates, perhaps stewards. The jovial nature on board would suggest that Timothy was on good terms with most of his white shipmates.The family images, mostly with Philadelphia photographers marks are mostly of females, several captioned, although one identifies Walter (in dress and with long hair) as a 16-month old toddler. Census records indicate that after the war Walter went to work for the U.S. Postal Service. Despite the fading that impacts the aesthetic quality of some of the images, still an easily viewable and a fascinating collection of images depicting the course of service of a black sailor during the World War I, and very uncommon thus. .

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      Unpublished. Circa 1911 - STUNNING Oblong Folio bound in FINE full crimson straight grained morocco leather and titled in gilt to the front board. Superior original mounted and well captioned photographs celebrating the mountain retreat established at Vernet Le Bains in the French Pyrenees. Dated photographs range from 1903 to 1911 and feature notables including Rudyard Kipling, Lord and Lady Roberts and groups of visiting medicals as well as images of the facilities in the locality including the putting green and opportunities to ski. Original cello protective wrapper torn otherwise a Wonderful item in beautiful condition ! (Extra postage required for Overseas shipping.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: HALEWOOD AND SONS ABA ILAB Est. 1867.]
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        Personal Illustrated Edwardian Visitors Book Covering 1909-1911 Wiht Numerous Photographs, Drawings, Caricatures, Etc By the Author and Her Family in Cornwall and Elsewhere

      Winifred Prideaux-Brune, Padstow, Cornwall 1911 - 31 strong card leaves illustrated as below on both sides. Contemporary stout half leather oblong quarto album with red cloth boards, the front one gilt blocked with large initials W.A.P-B. [11.5 x 10ins], minor rubbing and wear to extremities but excellent condition for its age and with no pages missing or items removed. Illustrated visitors book in the form of an album kept by Miss Winifred Prideaux-Brune [1889-1924], second daughter of Col Charles Robert Prideaux-Brune of Prideaux Place, Cornwall and her mother was the former Hon Katherine Cecilia Hugessen [daughter of the 1st Lord Brabourne]. A marvellously amusing and telling picture of country house life in its Edwardian hay day, the album is a remarkable record covering the two years from September 1909 to December 1911, weaving together the diverting activities of the upper class weekend [or Friday to Monday] house parties with important national events. Most of the events have the signatures of those attending scattered amongst amateur watercolours and caricatures with photographs and items of memorabilia. The album begins with photographs of Prideaux Place [still owned by the family and sometimes open to the public] and members of the family [identified by initials]. The following pages are generally illustrated with photographs, postcards, small drawings, etc and cover house parties ay Prideaux Place [sometimes with details of the shooting bag [on one occasion in Oct 1909 554 pheasants]. A page the start of 1910 has a watercolour of an earlyt motor car. May 6th 1910 has a black bordered photograph of King Edward VII's lying in state. Three pages of photographs illustrate Sandhurst Sports [Winifred's elder brother Denys [later Lt Col, DSO, Rifle Bde] was there at the time. Other pages record visits to Penshurst Place [Kent, Viscount de L'Isle & Dudley], Lillertyon [Devon, Sir Arthur Dyke Acland Bt], Werrington Park [Launceston, Williams], Hartshome Hall [Lincoln, Earl of Liverpool], Pencalenick [Truro], Bayford Hall [Hertford], Harmer Green Lodge [Hertford], East Cowes Castle. Three pages are devoted to the coming of age of Lieut Fulke Prideaux-Brune, R.N., the heir. Two pages and a two page insertion are devoted to the Coronation of King George V and Queen Mary when the family were at the Spithead Review [Winifred's invitation to an Admiralty Ball at Porstmouth Naval Barracks is tipped in]. Some of autographs on various pages are: Edward & Juliana St Aubyn, Courtenay Vyvyan, H Maitland Wilson, Ella Bowles, Reginald Cholmondeley, Charles de Tollemache Scott, Atholl Forbes, Rupert Napier, Geraldine de Ros, De L'Isle [Viscount], Cynthia V Astell, Geraldine de Launay de la Mothaye, Arthur Hohle, Cherry Hart-Davis, Gertrude Acland, George Napier, Arthur W Acland, Francis Hext, Zouche [Baroness], Liverpool [Earl of], G S Foljambe, Hermione Harcourt-Vernon, Geoffrey Toynbee, Rosalind Northcote, Bettine Knatchbull-Husessen, Brenda G Bolitho, Beatrice Barnard, Ursula Dimsdale, A M Blake, John H Oglander, Edward & Edith Hastings, E S King-Harman, Hew Hamilton-Dalrymple, Eleanor Gort, Winifred Arran, Dundonald [Earl of], Edward Beauchamp, Mary Trefusis, St Leven [Lord], H Tarleton, and lots of Prideaux-Brunes. The book came from the family of Winifred Prideaux-Brune's husband, Captain Sir Offley Wakeman, Bt. Size: Oblong Quarto [11.5 x 10ins] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Time Table of Special Train conveying Her Imperial Majesty the Queen-Empress from Delhi to Agra Over the Great Indian Peninsula Railway. 16th December 1911.

      - [Delhi?, 1911]. Small 8vo. Original cord-bound handmade stiff paper wrappers, front cover lettered in gilt, gilt-stamped coat-of-arms; ff. [2], printed in purple within gilt single-fillet frame, 15 plates after photographs within sage-green frames, final blank; wrappers a little dusted, internally, apart from very light spotting to title, near fine. This is a rare and finely produced survival from the 1911 Delhi Durbar, the most splendid manifestation of Imperial power in India, when King George V and Queen Mary were publicly proclaimed Emperor and Empress of India, and, without warning, India's capital was moved from Calcutta to Delhi. This Time Table was probably only handed out to the Royal couple and a few court, state and railway officials, involved in organizing the smooth running of the train from Delhi Selimgarh (departure 1:10 PM) to Agra Cantt (arrival at 5PM). The plates depict the architectural landmarks along the line. The only other copy we were able to locate is in the Royal Collection. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        'La Fanciulla del West. Spartito per canto e piano.'

      'Ricordi', 1911. 'Cm 20,5 x 27,5 bross edit ill.ta a colori di Giuseppe Palanti, pp 344 con ritratto di Puccini (Platinotipia Bertieri) sul quale è apposta una dedica autografa del Maestro: "All'' (?) Alex Puglia ricordo di Giacomo Puccini, Brescia (?) 25.8.911" Antichi rinforzi con nastro alla legatura della coperta, piccola mancanza al dorso, in basso, firma di appartenenza in copertina (? Borghi 1921); a pag 91/92 antico restauro con nastro che non impedisce la lettura del pentagramma interessato. Seconda edizione per il mercato anglosassone (planches 113483), titolo in inglese, testo italiano e inglese. Esemplare arricchito dalla dedica autografa del Maestro. Second english edition, title in english, english and italian text; a very good copy of a very scarce score, enriched with the dedication by Puccini.'

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        Rubaiyat. With an introduction by A. C. Benson. Reproduced from a manuscript written and illuminated by F. Sangorski & G. Sutcliffe.

      London: Siegle, Hill & Co., [1911] - Large quarto. Original vellum, titles to brown morocco label to spine gilt, elaborate floral and peacock decorations to spine and front cover gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, brown endpapers decorated in green and purple. Boards slightly bowed, light foxing to covers, an excellent copy. Title page printed in red and black, opening double-page spread with elaborate calligraphic borders, 10 colour illustrations by E. Geddes, calligraphy by A. Sutcliffe. First edition thus, number 415 of 550 copies printed on handmade paper signed by Francis Sangorski and George Sutcliffe; a further 25 were printed on japon. This is one of the most lavish editions of the Rubáiyát in the renowned translation by Edward FitzGerald, first published in 1859. Of all the literature of the Islamic world, perhaps only The Thousand and One Nights has had a greater impact on the European imagination. Potter 81. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Russian Yearbook 1911-15

      Eyre and Spottiswood - 5 editions of the Russian Year Book from covering 1911-15, containing financial and commerical summaries as well as general statistics and travel details. Good condition Ex Library copies in red cloth hardcover, with the usual bookplates and stamps. Cr 8vo. Clear pages with fully legible text and no annotations. Near invisible embossed stamps appear occasionally throughout volumes Fold-out maps and diagrams in neat, functional condition. Firm bindings. Decorative red speckled effect to foxed page edges. Gilt titling to spines and front boards, some dustmarking and a few light marks to boards. Minor rubbing to the spine edges but in good wear for library copies of this age. Further images/information on the content or condition available on request. Good condition is defined as: a copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Peek-A-Boo's In Winter

      Frowde; London, 1911 Scarce large format Preston book. Lond: Frowde ca 1911. Oblong folio, cloth backed picture boards, rear and front boards, corners, and edges rubbed. The travels and adventures of Paul, Peter, Plantagent and Cassandra, four adorable large-eyed children. Their story is presented in rhyme and there are 18 fabulous, bold color plates as well.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes.


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        Peter and Wendy. Illustrated by F. D. Bedford.

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911 - Octavo. Original green cloth, titles and pictorial decoration to spine and front cover in gilt, fore edge untrimmed, others trimmed. With the dust jacket. Spine gently rolled, very slight rubbing to extremities, top edge lightly dust toned; a very good copy in the jacket with expert restoration to head of spine, panels a little soiled, nicks to extremities, minor loss to fold of rear flap and to head of spine and rear panel, short closed tear to head of front panel. Frontispiece with tissue-guard, pictorial title page, and 11 plates, all by Bedford. First US edition, first printing, with Scribner's seal and "Published October, 1911" to copyright page, and "$1.50 Net" to the front panel of the dust jacket. Peter and Wendy is an expanded adaptation into novel form of the story first made popular in the 1904 stage play Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up. It tells the familiar story of the stage version, with Peter as an older child flying off with Wendy and the other Darling children to battle Captain Hook and his pirates, but Barrie added a final chapter to the book in which Peter returns for Wendy years later, when she is grown with a child of her own. The stage play itself was not published until 1928. Originally published in the same year in the UK. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Eduard Thöny: Münchner Freigebigkeit (Originalzeichnung)

      - Mischtechnik auf Papier auf Karton aufgezogen 33,5 x 27 cm Veröffentlicht: Simplicissimus. Jahrgang 16 (1911), Heft 22, Seite 369 Text: "'Na, die dean ma net datrenka, die schenk' ma dem Zoologischen Gart'n." Provenienz: Nachlass des Künstlers

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        Liegender Akt.]

      o.O., o. J. []. 1911 - ORadierung. ca. 9,8 x 24,8 cm. Mit der eighd. Signatur, dat. 1911.

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        The Tarjuman Al-Ashwaq.: A Collection of Mystic Odes. Edited from three manuscripts with a literal version of the text and an abridged translation of the author's commentary thereon. By Reynold A. Nicholson.

      London Royal Asiatic Society 1911 - The earliest appearance of any work by Ibn Arabi in a European language, the present edited text and translation presents the "Odes", which mingle poetic conventions of divine and erotic love. Ibn Arabi was perhaps the greatest of the medieval Arab mystics, and the present work offers an insight both into his heterodox theology and his late reception in the West. A very good copy in original cloth. Blind stamp of Wigan Public Library. Free end-paper torn without loss. First edition, pp. vii, [i, blank], 156. Text printed in Arabic and English.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        A Columbus of Space.

      - NY, Appleton 1911. Octavo publisher's apple green illustrated cloth blocked in white, dark green and black; four coloured illustrations by Howard Heath, three of which are terrific. A hint of fading of the spine but a remarkably bright, fresh copy, particularly for such a vulnerable cloth colour. First edition. A fine radioactive fuelled romp through space to the planet Venus populated naturally by extraordinary beings and beasts. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        3 eigenh. Briefe m. U. und 2 eigenh. Postkarten m. U.

      San Remo, Wien und o. O., 29.XII.1880, 9.V.1898, 23.XII.1911 und o. D. - Zusammen 9 SS. (Qu.-)8vo. Alle Briefe und Postkarten an den Fotografen Wilhelm J. Burger (1844-1920), mit dem ihm eine lange Freundschaft verband: "Du hast unser Exil durch die kunstvollste Freundschaftsspende welche ich mir vorstellen kann verschönert - und unsere Gedanken [ ]" (San Remo 29.12.1880). Spricht sein Beileid aus: "Du weißt welchen Antheil ich - an allem Guten und Bösen welches dich getroffen hat nehme [ ]" (Wien 9.5.1898). - Wilhelm J. Burger (1844-1920) war ein österreichischer Fotograf, der sich hauptsächlich als Landschaftsfotograf betätigte. Um 1900 fotografierte Burger für Graf Wilczek die Burg Kreuzenstein und verwendete bei einer Nachtaufnahme der Burg dreihundert Einzelblitze. - Der aus einem polnisch-schlesischen Adelsgeschlecht stammende Wilczek rüstete die Vorexpedition in das Nowaja-Semlja-Meer aus (1872), unterstützte die österreichisch-ungarische Nordpolexpedition und arrangierte mit Hans Makart 1879 dessen berühmten Festzug in Wien. 1882 richtete er aus eigenen Mitteln die österr. Station auf der Insel Jan Meyen ein. Wilczek gründete die "Gesellschaft der Wiener Kunstfreunde" (1900), gemeinsam mit Theodor Billroth das Rudolfinerhaus. Er ließ die Ruine Kreuzenstein wiederaufbauen und gestaltete sie zu einem Museum des Rittertums im Mittelalter aus. 1861-1918 gehörte Wilczek dem Herrenhaus an, war Ehrenmitglied der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien und Ritter des Ordens von Goldenen Vlies.

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      Cassell and Company, Ltd., London 1911 - Octavo, cloth. "A cornerstone volume (it) can lay claim to greatness on two counts: It introduced the priest detective whose adventures are still popular three-quarters of a century later, and it contains more classic short stories than almost any other mystery collection before or since." - Pronzini and Muller: 1001 Midnights. Queen's Quorum #47. A bright near fine copy. (6697) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        HILL TOWNS OF ITALY; with PLAIN TOWNS OF ITALY - The Cities of Old Venetia [Two volumes, finely bound by the Rowfant Bindery]

      Boston: Houghton Miffin. Very Good+. 1911. First Edition. Hardcover. "Hill Towns" was originally published in 1903. This copy is a later printing, available from Houghton Miffin contemporaneously with the 1911 first edition of the author's "Plain Towns..." The pair of volumes are offered as a set, in matching fine bindings: contemporary three-quarters bindings of navy blue crushed levant morocco over marbled paper covered boards, with four raised bands on the spines. The titles and author's names are lettered in gilt between the upper and lower pairs of bands, in the larger space at the center, there are extraordinary pictorial onlays in four shades of tan and brown leathers. The high quality of these bindings, brilliantly executed using the finest materials is confirmed by the stamped identification of the Rowfant Bindery on the verso of each front free endpaper. This renowned firm had roots in the project initiated by Robert Hoe and members of the Grolier Club in New York, unhappy with the woeful state of the art of fine binding in America, to establish the Club Bindery in an attempt to make available to Grolier Club members luxury bookbindings that could rival those crafted by the European binders. Several English and French-trained binders were brought to New York to begin work around1895. In 1897, Robert Hoe was instrumental in bringing Leon Maillard to the bindery from France. The temperamental Maillard turned his exceptional finishing skills to the production of wonderful and expensive bindings for Hoe and other collectors. The Club Bindery was dissolved in 1909, after Hoe's death. The staff was drawn to Cleveland by the prospect of working for the active collector-members of that city's Rowfant Club. (The tools of the Club Bindery were sold to another firm in New York as part of the Hoe estate in 1912). The designer and finisher from the Rowfant Bindery responsible for these matched bindings has based the pictorial onlays on the designs of the handsome original cloth bindings in which these books appeared from the publisher. [The earlier "Hill Towns" had a decorative cloth binding designed by Adrian Iorio, an assistant to Will H. Bradley. The later "Plain Towns" was a product of the Decorative Designers studio]. The masterly vignette on the "Hill Towns" spine depicts a typical building of the region, in onlays of tan and two shades of brown, with outlines in black. A sense of the building's setting on a hill is neatly conveyed by the simple geometric sweep of the wall and path leading to the door. The scene on the spine of the "Plain Towns" uses a similar palette, and shows vernacular buildings with their tile roofs in two shades of tan, glimpsed through poplar trees with a hill behind, using two shades of brown. This pair of bindings are executed in three-quarters morocco, and may not have been commissioned by a member of the Rowant Club -- (there is no groundhog candlestick device, just the tiny letters "ROWFANT BINDERY" stamped at the upper corner of the verso of each front free endpaper). Most likely, this handsome pair represent a relatively scarce subset of the 1051 Rowfant bindings -- in which the best American binders of their time were attempting to save the Rowfant Binders firm with superior commercial work to supplement the commissions from Rowfant Club members. Alas, in 1914, the firm's brief existence came to an end, less than five years after its Cleveland incarnation opened. Some of the staff including Gaston Pilon formed their own firm as Book-lover's Bindery in Cleveland, and thus struggled along for four more difficult years. Some of that staff subsequently moved back to New York and plied their trade as "The French Binders." The brilliant finisher, Leon Maillard, who learned his trade from his father Charles Maillard in Paris at Cuzin's, and then worked with Gruel and as master finisher with Marius Michel before Robert Hoe lured him to New York to be master finisher for the Club Bindery, was known as sullen and moody, even when things were going well. Leon Maillard, athough widely thought of as the finest finisher of his time on either side of the Atlantic is said to have abandoned binding to become a salesman of carpet sweepers, and then took his own life in 1921. This pair of bindings is in lovely, fresh condition overall. There is minor wear at the tips of the corners, and just a hint of rubbing along the outer hinges, but the volumes are clean, sound and the mosaic pictorial spine vignettes in multi-colored leather onlays are fresh and perfectly preserved.; .

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      ROBERTI NOSKE BORNENSIS, MARPURGI 1911 - LATINO Pagine ingiallite ai bordi ed ondulate ai bordi superiori probabilmente da presenza di vecchia umidità, frontespizio con piccolo appunto con matita azzurra, con lieve fioritura e traccia di umidità al bordo superiore, coperta mancante La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

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        EVERYMAN. A morality play. (Edited by Frank Sidgwick).

      London, Philipp Lee Warner 1911. - Nr. 8 von nur 12 Exemplaren auf Pergament (Gesamtaufl. 512). - Horne S. 70; Vollmer I, 42. - Prachtvoller, breitrandiger Druck für die `Medici Society`. Erschienen im selben Jahr wie Hugo v. Hofmannsthals Bearbeitung des "Jedermann"-Stoffes. Die Illustrationen des Malers und Illustrators J.H. Amschewitz (1882-1942) erinnern an die Arbeiten von Frank Brangwyn. Die Illustrationstafeln auf Büttenpapier montiert, die Seidenpapier-Hemdchen tragen die Illustrationstitel in Rotdruck." 4°. 1 nn. Bl., XIII, 36 pp., 2 nn. Bll. Mit einfarbiger Titelillustration und 10 mont. Farbtafeln von John Henry AMSCHEWITZ. Flexibler Orig-Pergamentband mit goldgepr. Rücken- und Deckeltitel, Kopfgoldschnitt und verdeckt rundum geführten Schließbändern. Titel u. Inhaltsverzeichnis von der Gestapo gestempelt "Geheime Staatspolizei Staatspolizeileitstelle Wien", flieg. Vorsatz gestempelt "Kulturreferat der Polizei Wien II". Leimschatten-Ecke a. d. Spiegel.

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        Le Quatrième Livre des Entretiens et Épîtres de Shenouti [Mémoires Publiés par l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Tome Vingt-Troisième]

      Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale, Le Caire (Cairo) 1911 - Folio (14 x 10 3/4"). [6], 2010, [2]pp (Text), [2] double leaves (Plates). Modern full cloth, with gold lettering to spine. Publisher's device to title page.Émile Chassinat's "Le Quatrième Livre des Entretiens et Épîtres de Shenouti" (Codex IFAO 1) contains the full Coptic text of Shenoute's discourse "I Have Heard About Your Wisdom" (aka Ad Flavianum ducem). Includes two double-page phototype plates at rear reproducing leaves 21 and 101 of the original manuscript.Minor shelf wear. Ex-library copy with sticker at tail of spine, bookplate on inside of front cover, descriptive notice pasted on inside of back cover, and stamp at upper and lower paper edges. Introductory text in French, text in Coptic. Binding in overall good+, interior in very good condition. Shenoute of Atripe (ca. 348-465) was the spiritual leader of the monastic community of the "White Monastery," located on the Upper Nile north of Thebes, just outside the town of Atripe - now the modern city of Sohag. As such, he wrote numerous speeches and letters that express his views on monastic life and what he considered the orthodox principles Christians should follow. His two major works, "Canon" and "Discourses," place Shenoute as the most important Coptic writer of Late Antiquity. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Seele und Die Formen - Essays.

      First Edition / Erstausgabe. Berlin, Egon Fleischel & Co., 1911. 21.3cm x 14.8cm. 373 pages. Original Hardcover. Gilt lettering on spine and frontboard, slightly faded. / Originales Halbleinen. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Rare ! Endpaper signed by preowner. / Die Bindung gering berieben. Das Halbleinen etwas ausgeblichen. Bindung und Vorsatzpapiere firm und wunderbar erhalten. Innen aussergewöhnlich sauber und gut erhalten.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1911 : 1911 Original Hardback Wisden Very Good+ Condition

      1911. Hi, Here we have a rare 1911 Original Hardback Wisden, in Very Good Condition. The 16th Wisden Hardback. The lettering (gilt) is bright and strong to both the front and spine. The boards are excellent, very clean and crisp, odd tiny bobble if being picky. Inside the hinges are very good, very tightly bound. Amazingly clean inside including the yellow pastedowns and photoplate. Minimal foxing. A lovely book. Very Rare in this condition, Other 1911s available in more average condition, just ask. No restoration.

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      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company. London: Seeley and Co. Limited, 1911.. Octavo, pp. [i-viii] ix-xv [xvi] xvii [xviii] xix-xxi [xxii] xxiii [xxiv] 25-327 [328] [note: except for small signature mark "A" on recto, first leaf is blank], sixteen inserted plates, mostly illustrations and maps drawn by the author, original pictorial blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold. First edition, U.S. issue. "A science fiction story intended for the younger reader and trying to give within its framework up-to-date information on the moon and Mars. The voyage is carried out by spacecraft, the civilization of humanoid Martians encountered is scientifically and socially superior to ours, and the planet is stiff with canals."- Locke, Voyages in Space 212. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-176 and (1981) 1-182. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 2382. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 812. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 40. Lewis, Utopian Literature, p. 209. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 231. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 151. Bleiler (1978), p. 208. Reginald 15305. Private owner's bookplate affixed to front paste-down. A fine copy. A beautiful copy of this handsome book. (#109904)

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        Au pays sacré des anciens Turcs et des Mongols

      Edition for which there is no mention of leading copies. Binding to bradel editor full canvas blue-gray, smooth spine, slight traces of abrasion without gravity on the joints, some small spots on the boards, and guards contreplats blue paper. Autograph signed by the author. Book decorated with 84 illustrations hors texte engraved from photographs of the author and 3 cards. Nice and rare copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Emile-Paul Paris 1911 18,5x27,5cm reliure de l'éditeur

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        Piter Pan. Douze Réproductions en couleur des Originaux de A. Rackham qui ont servi à l’Illustration de l’Ouvrage de J.M. Barrie. [Illustrated by Arthur Rackham].

      Paris: Hachette, 1911. Giant 4to, (20 x 22 ins.), 12 color plates tipped in within frames of gold and green on japan vellum. Original half velin and green cloth lettered in gilt, original box. Silk. ties and thongs repaired, box repaired, a lovely copy very rare thus. Limited to 100 sets. “Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens” was published in 1906 and was one of Rackham’s earliest successes. In 1911 this French version of the “Peter Pan Portfolio” came out, with an introduction by Robert de la Sizeranne; the plates are greatly enlarged from the book version. In 1912 the English version was issued, in an edition intended to be 500 sets. In fact only about 100 were issued of which about 20 had every plate signed by Rackham. In 1914 an American edition limited to 300 sets was published by Brentano’s. Latimore & Haskell p. 39. Riall p. 113.

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        Il codice di Perelà. Romanzo futurista

      Milano: Edizioni futuriste di ''Poesia'', , 1911. Rilegato (hardback). Molto Buono (Very Good). Dedica autografa dell'Autore ad un importante letterato italiano (Inscribed and signed by the Author to an important Italian literary man). . 16mo. pp. 280. Dedica autografa dell'Autore ad un importante letterato italiano (Inscribed and signed by the Author to an important Italian literary man). Molto Buono (Very Good). Prima edizione (First Edition). Uno dei più importanti libri fururisti. "Esempio compiuto dello stile insieme polemico ed ironico che caratterizza l'opera di Palazzeschi"  [Godoli, 2001]

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        Helen of Troy and Other Poems

      New York and London: The Knickerbocker Press for G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1911. First edition. Light toning at edges. 8vo. 115pp. Original cloth-backed boards, matching lettered spine panel. Inscribed with a poem. The poet has signed and dated the copy 1912 at top, and she inscribes it with an 8-line poem for "Mr. Gomme" on the front free endpaper: "I wonder, shall I add thereto, / Or let the name stand all alone? / What is the proper thing to do, / I wonder? Shall I add thereto? / I've autographed so very few -- / If I am wrong, let this atone; / I wonder shall I add thereto, / Or let the name stand all alone? / S.T. for Mr. Gomme." This is presumably Laurence Gomme, collector of performing arts material, and bookseller.

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        In Northern Mists Arctic Exploration in Early Times

      London: William Heinemann, 1911.. FIRST EDITION, 2 volumes. Quarto, pp.xi; 383. Quarto, pp.415. Publisher's decorated blue cloth, with artistic sunset motif in gilt adorning front board, with borders stamped in blind, gilt titles to spine. Tipped-in colour frontispiece with tissue guard at front of each volume, illustrated with several maps, charts and drawings throughout. A very good, used set; contents shaken within the case, some bumps and marks, short tear to head of spine of first volume. This copy from the library of the eminent British zoologist and naturalist Thomas Bainbrigge Fletcher (1878-1950), with his armorial bookplate, owner signature and a loose accompanying letter relating to this book. This work is a history of Arctic voyages from original sources – unlike many other collections, which drew from other historians' accounts, and often copied from other writers. Nansen was born in 1861 at Store Frøen, near Oslo, and was the son of a prosperous lawyer. Adventurous from his youth, Nansen excelled at skating, swimming, skiing, drawing, and the sciences. He studied Zoology at the University of Oslo. Nansen led the first crossing of Greenland by ski, and achieved great success with his Arctic expedition aboard Fram. Nansen was a celebrated pioneer in areas from oceanography, to the neuron theory, to sports skiing. He was also a distinguished diplomat, eventually becoming Commissioner of refugees for the League of Nations. A mountaineer unlike the others – Nansen was certainly a colourful and accomplished character.

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      London: Sidgwick & Jackson, Limited,, 1911. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to printed paper label to spine. Without dust jacket, as issued. Top edge lightly dust toned, spine label browned, minor rubbing to ends of spine; an excellent copy. First edition, first impression, one of 500 copies issued. Poems was Brooke's first collection; his previous poetry having been written for school competitions and printed solely for private distribution. Brooke developed a fatal case of blood poisoning from an insect bite while anchored off Skyros; he died on 23 April 1915 aboard a hospital ship, just two days before the Allies launched their ill-fated invasion of Gallipoli. The poet's second book, 1914 and Other Poems, whose war sonnets Churchill described as "incomparable", was published posthumously.

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        Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods. Part II of the Ring of the Nibelung series

      Heinemann, London 1911 - Translated by Margaret Armour. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 30 mounted color plates protected with lettered tissue, and numerous b/w drawings in the text. 181pp of text. Thick 4to, original gilt-stamped pictorial vellum (slightly discolored & lacking cloth ties); uncut edges, t.e.g. London and New York: Heinemann and Doubleday, 1911. A very good(+) copy. Translated by Margaret Armour. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 30 mounted color plates protected with lettered tissue, and numerous b/w drawings in the text. 181pp of text. Thick 4to, original gilt-stamped pictorial vellum (slightly discolored & lacking cloth ties); uncut edges, t.e.g. London and New York: Heinemann and Doubleday, 1911. A very good(+) copy. Edition de Luxe. Number 102 of 1150 copies, signed by the artist on the limitation page. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Peter and Wendy

      London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1911. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First British edition, first printing; undated on the verso of the title page. Very Good. Gilt dulled and rubbed on front cover, cloth lightly rubbed at corners and spine ends. Several small spots to edge of page block. End sheets offset, previous owner gift inscription to front free end paper. Front inner hing slightly exposed, rear started at top. Small vintage bookseller ticket and date stamp to rear free end paper. Presents well.

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      Librairie Aeronautique 1911 - 1st 1911. Very good condition with no wrapper. Theory and practical. Captain du Genie DO. Hot air balloons. Modern three-quarter calf leather binding with gilt title and raised bands to spine, brown cloth boards. Green marbled endpapers. viii and 506 pages plus adverts to rear. B/w illustrations and photos. Binding is beautiful. Bookplate to front pastedown. Light page browning and a few grubby marks. Couple of ink stamps to prelims and top margin of one page. Just a few annotations mostly in pencil to margins. [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ethan Frome

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911. Hardcover. Fine. First Issue, with "wearily" unbroken on penultimate line p.135 and top edge gilt. Small 8vo: [6],195,[5, four of which advertisements]pp. Publisher's crimson cloth, spine and upper board stamped gilt, fore- and bottom edges untrimmed, title page in red and black. A superb copy, bright, square and tight. Garrison A 19.I.a. Johnson, High Spots, pp 76-77. Auchincloss, The Edith Wharton Reader, p. 21. By 1910, Teddy Wharton's mental health was fast deteriorating, and his embezzlement of money from Edith's trust fund initiated the end of the Whartons' marriage, as well as Edith's American life. She leased an apartment on the Left Bank, in Paris, where she would remain until 1920. The Mount, her beloved Berkshires retreat, was sold in 1911, and "henceforth her life would be wholly a European one. . . It is somehow fitting that [Edith Frome], her frosty New England tragedy of a damaged New England farmer devastatingly crippled physically and emotionally by a disastrous love-affair, coincided with Wharton's own sundering of bonds to that same landscape and to a now-hopeless marriage which formally ended in 1913." (Literary Encyclopedia) "[I]t is surely among her best. When I think of it [Ethan Frome], I visualize a small painting, perfectly executed to the last detail." (Auchincloss) N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        The Big Book of Fairy Tales. Edited by Walter Jerrold.

      London: Blackie and Son Limited, 1911 [but 1910] - Quarto. Original blue cloth, titles and pictorial decoration to spine and front cover gilt, edges gilt, pictorial endpapers green and red. Contemporary gift inscription to head of front free endpaper. Spine rolled and faded, light bumps to extremities and head of front cover, slight wear to bottom tips, inner rear hinge cracked but holding, a very good copy. Colour frontispiece and 121 colour plates, 16 red and black plates and numerous black and white illustrations in text. First edition, dated 1911 on the title page, but with a Christmas gift inscription dated 1910 to front free endpaper, and so evidently published for the Christmas season and post-dated 1911, as was usual practice with pre-war deluxe illustrated books. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Bok. Bernard Grasset, Paris 1911. 318 pp. Half calf, 8:o, spine in six compartements. Gilt upper edge. Illustrated in b/w. Dedication on flyleaf from Auguste Rodin to Robert Ross [à Robert Ross Esq. Aug Rodin], slighly cut in upper edge. Ex-library. Binding tight, pages clean. French hylla: 361

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        Cycloramic view of Canberra capital site, view looking from Vernon

      Sydney : John Sands Ltd., [1911]. Offset lithograph (photomechanical reproduction of a watercolour), panorama measuring 245 x 2300 mm, some foxing especially to the edges, a couple of old creases, overall in very good condition. A rare panoramic view of the proposed site of the national capital Canberra, one of two cycloramas issued by the Department of Home Affairs in 1911. They were included in package of information provided to entrants in the 1911–12 international competition for the design of the federal capital. The ultimate winners of the competition were Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin.

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        Le avventure di Pinocchio - Mussino 1911

      autore: Carlo Collodi titolo: Le avventure di Pinocchio Illustratore: Attilio Mussino Editore Bemporad Firenze data di pubblicazione: 7 settembre 1911 - 1a edizione pagine: 488 Prima edizione del Pinocchio illustrato da Attilio Mussino Interno buonissimo solo qualche leggera macchiolina data dalla stampa del colore originale Ricopertinato negli anni trenta con copertina cartonata come da foto. Dorso in tela angoli del piatto in tela a rinforzo Completo di tutte le illustrazioni.

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        ANTHONY VAN DYCK A Further Study with Twenty-Five Illustrations Executed in Colour under the Supervision of the Medici Society

      London: Hodder and Stoughton. Bound in full decorated vellum. The edges are yapped. ND (1911). hb. Larger 4to, This Edition de Luxe is limited to One Hundred Copies signed and numbered, of which this is No. 50 (signed by publisher). . A title in The Arundel Library of Great Masters. Unpaginated. A very scarce presentation: only 100 copies of this edition were produced, and none are currently offered for sale, or have recently come to auction. Our copy exhibits the typical tightening of the joints. The two ribbon ties are mostly gone, with "stubs" remaining. Slight ablation to gilt lettering and design on spine: the gilt on the ornately decorated front board is sharp and bright. A few small smudges to front free endpaper. Text block typically rippled; otherwise exceptionally clean and bright. Slight off-setting from plates. In all, a very nice copy in very good condition. .

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      1911. The solid wood box, 13 x 8 x 8 1/2 in.,from the Mount Pleasant plantation at Buffalo Forge, in Virginia is in fine condition, with side handles and brass corners. It has a top compartment, and a lower locking drawer (with key) containing two parts: a removable top layer lined in black velvet, grooved to hold various instruments, and a similar lower layer also lined in grooved velvet. Affixed to the inside of the lined lid is a metal disc marked with degrees, and a movable arm with a short blade attached rotating from the center. This piece of equipment is held in place by three wooden toggles. The other items contained in the box include: a small transit surveying scope and level, in a leather case, with an oval metal ownership medallion stamped "D.C.E. Brady / Buffalo Forge / Rockbridge Co. VA," attached to the case; five rulers (three folding); an expandable 6 in. T-square ruler; a three-sided Pickett drafting ruler; a solid brass plumb bob manufactured by the Ruleta Co. of NY; two protractors (including one in its own leather case); a box of six "Dixon's Fine American Graphite Artist Leads" manufactured by the Jos. Dixon Crucible Co. of Jersey City, NJ (in a two-part box, with the company label on the front); a small wooden box, 8 x 3 in., with a sliding lid, containing small rectangular blocks of Newman's colors (some intact, some broken) in individual compartments with the color names stamped into the wood, the box with a label for "Wm. Minifie & Son / Draughtman's Set / No. 114 Baltimore St. / Baltimore, M[aryland]" affixed to the inside; a small paper envelope with the printed name of the druggist/pharmacist B.H. Gorrell, Lexington, Virginia, containing a small quantity of unidentified gold powder; several metal drawing tool compasses; a small file; pen nibs and paint brushes; wax crayons; etc. Also included is an envelope addressed to C.A. Brady, Buffalo Forge, Va. from the Chapin-Stephens Co. of Pine Meadow, Conn., and containing a typed letter on company stationery, dated July 24, 1907, responding to Brady's request for information about the "Stephens' Patent Combination Rules," and including two circulars describing their use, and several slips illustrating the rules and their plumb and level, and giving prices. One of the folding rulers in the box resembles the "Stephens' Combination Rule No. 036" illustrated. All items in very good condition. Daniel Charles Elliot Brady arrived in Rockbridge County, Virginia late in 1857, from Philadelphia. He came at the request of his wife's uncle William Weaver (1780-1863) to help manage Weaver's ironworks at Buffalo Forge. The plantation of Mount Pleasant and the ironworks were located some nine miles from Lexington, Virginia. Both the agricultural pursuits of the plantation and the work at the forge were heavily dependent on slave labor. According to the National Park Service Register of Historic Places assessment of Buffalo Forge, from the 1830s until the end of the Civil War, Weaver and then Brady owned from 40 to as many as 100 slaves and hired as many as 64 more slaves per year, to work in the manufacture of iron and in agricultural production. It was a prosperous enterprise and Weaver and Brady were able to offer some of their slave laborers extra monetary and other incentives for extra work. Weaver and Brady kept meticulous records of the business, the slave population, their day-to-day labor, the overage pay offered to some of the skilled slave laborers, marriages, births, deaths, etc. These well preserved journals and daybooks [in collections at the University of Virginia and the State Historical Society of Wisconsin] offer a very detailed picture of life in ante-bellum Virginia, through the Civil War and Reconstruction. During the Civil War, Brady and Buffalo Forge supplied iron to the Confederate war effort, but at greatly reduced prices. Following the war, Brady petitioned for a pardon, stating that he had never been in the army "but his Forge, under duress of impressment, made bar iron for the Confederate government after January 1864." Work at the forge resumed, employing as freemen some of the same former slaves. Post war competition in iron manufacture caused Brady to abandon the operation by about 1870. After Daniel's death, his son Charles took over management of the plantation. Charles Dew makes meticulous use of the Weaver-Brady primary source material in his book "Bond of Iron: Master and Slave at Buffalo Forge [Norton: 1995]. The drafting tools and surveyor's equipment were used by both Daniel C.E. Brady and his son Charles P.A. Brady, presumably on and around the plantation.

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        Adventure, sport and travel on the Tibetan steppes (Joseph Rock's copy)

      With illustrations from photographs by the author and the late Lieut. Brooke, and two maps. London : Constable and Company, 1911. Octavo, pictorial cloth (corners slightly bumped), bookplate from Joseph's Rock's library to front pastedown, signed by Joseph Rock on the half-title, pp. 338, two folding colour maps, photographic illustrations. Joseph Rock was a noteworthy Austrian-American explorer, geographer, linguist and botanist who conducted a number of expeditions to and published works concerning Tibet.

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        [POSTER] The five races of mankind

      [Dresden : C.C. Meinhold und Söhne, 1911]. Chromolithographic poster, 840 x 590 mm (image), 890 x 635 mm (sheet), laid down on modern linen backing; inevitable toning to the margins of the sheet, but an exceptionally well preserved example with vivid colour. This striking, large format German pedagogical poster produced by the famous Dresden publishing house of Carl Christian Meinhold & Sons (1768-1946) exemplifies the Eurocentric world view of the period. It features an Australian Aborigine holding a Murray River broad shield; a Native American Sioux chief; an African man in profile; a Chinese mandarin; and, dominating at the centre of the image, a Caucasian type.

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      London: Sidgwick & Jackson, Limited, 1911 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to printed paper label to spine. Without dust jacket, as issued. Top edge lightly dust toned, spine label browned, minor rubbing to ends of spine; an excellent copy. First edition, first impression, one of 500 copies issued. Poems was Brooke's first collection; his previous poetry having been written for school competitions and printed solely for private distribution. Brooke developed a fatal case of blood poisoning from an insect bite while anchored off Skyros; he died on 23 April 1915 aboard a hospital ship, just two days before the Allies launched their ill-fated invasion of Gallipoli. The poet's second book, 1914 and Other Poems, whose war sonnets Churchill described as "incomparable", was published posthumously. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      London: Mills & Boon Limited, [1911].. Octavo, pp. [1-8] [1] 2-317 [318-320: ads] + 32-page publisher's catalogue of "Autumn Announcements, 1912" inserted at rear, original blue cloth, front panel stamped in gold and blind, spine panel stamped in gold, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. First edition. "Mixed collection of fifteen stories, with five weirds, including two, 'Marsh Horny' and 'The Resurgent Mysteries,' which touch on a recurrent theme in Jepson -- the survival of paganism in modern England. 'A Change of Heart' shows the comical consequences of a heart transplant from a gorilla to a famous author. 'The Raising of Crissingham' explores in suggestive terms the efforts to raise a dead white man in the Caribbean by means of voodoo. 'Mrs. Busby-Glaisher's Awakening' portrays the comeuppance of a nagging housewife when she is accidentally buried alive. Commercial fiction of a fairly routine level, though sparks of imagination can be seen here and there." - Robert Eldridge. Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy, p. 519. Not in Bleiler (1948; 1978) or Reginald (1979; 1992). Hubin (1994), p. 442. Cloth rubbed at spine ends, corner tips, and along outer joints, a very good copy. (#149601)

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